Other ventures making their initial foray into the local market are the pet-centric supermarket PetsMart, Chevy Chase Bank, and the restaurants Bonefish Grill, Sakura Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar and TGI Friday’s.
Familiar names expanding into the complex include Starbucks, Gamestop, Bubbles Salon and Spa, Hair Cuttery, Wells Fargo Financial and Nextel.
The DP reports. … According to Alan Roth, vice president of Regency Centers, one of the developers of the project, the firm next hopes to attract local stores that will give the development a â€œlocal feel.â€ The idealist in me wishes there were to be more local stores, but this is the nature of the best.
… next phase of the development will include about 800 townhouses, a â€œnational upscale … department store,â€ a 16-screen movie theater and additional major eateries.
The next phase, which will be about three times the size of the 25-acre plot featuring Target and Harris Teeter, is slated for completion around October 2006. There will be no reason to leave 29 North!
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